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joe muggs

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Joe writes regularly for FACT, The Wire and Mixmag, specialising in electronic music and the anything-but-grey areas where genres and media dissolve into one another.

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Domina, Sky Atlantic review - a little less conversation, a...

Ancient Rome has always been a popular playground for film and TV, whether it’s Ben Hur, Gladiator or the 2005 TV series...

Music books to end lockdown: Sam Lee, Hawkwind, Dylan, Richa...

It won’t be long now before concert halls and back rooms, arts centres and festival grounds fill with people again, and...

Album: Jorja Smith - Be Right Back

With all eyes on her in 2018, Jorja Smith’s debut was surprisingly level-headed and mature, filled with the introspection and storytelling of...

Sam Riviere: Dead Souls review – whip-smart literary satire...

In 1992 Martin Amis published a story, “Career Move”, in which the writers of sensational screenplays with titles like Decimator and ...

Some Kind of Heaven review - a Florida retirement community...

In the UK, we usually get a peek inside The Villages in Florida...

Danny Boy, BBC Two review - when law and war collide

The issue of public inquiries into the conduct of the military is in the headlines again, with a current focus on Northern Ireland, but at the...

Album: Paul Weller - Fat Pop (Volume 1)

“The Changingman” came to sound a little rich in the years after it introduced Stanley Road, as...

Lucy Caldwell: Intimacies review - exploring the empty space...

In the first short story of Lucy Caldwell’s collection Intimacies, “Like This”, one of the worst possible things that could ever happen...

Blu-ray: Columbia Noir #3

Anxiety, injustice and desperate disorder are the themes of these six disparate noirs. In one, The Dark Past, Lee J. Cobb’s...